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    Quote Originally Posted by x-trail View Post
    @ osiris4isis

    With SP you can simulate a route from any point to any point (directly or with route planner).
    - Activate simulation.
    - Tap "Where to" and choose any Address, City, Poi, point on map etc.
    - On the Info page of this point there is now a new button "Set Location", press it.
    - Now this is your starting point and you can create and simulate the route you like.

    The misaligned buttons on the right are your next available Highway Exits on your route (3 in landscape mode, 2 in portrait mode) and are updated as you drive and pass them.
    To deactivate them go to Settings>Navigation>Highway Mode>uncheck
    On devices with larger screens (i.e. 1920x1080) there is no misalignment.
    Thanks for the tip x-trail. Too bad "next available exits" display is messed up for 800x480; hope it's fixed soon.
    BTW, alert points from Cyclop won't show up when doing simulation, right?
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    Thanks, I guess that I had the JCV folder in wrong location. My Garmin folder is on root of internal card. I was previously instructed to place the JCV folder inside the Garmin folder, this was the problem and did not work. It now sees it ok inside the Garmin\.System folder

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    I have been trying for a few days now to get this to work and need some help thanks
    Android Sony xperia E1 Kitkat 4.42
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    I would like to put it on the sd card if I can.
    could you guys point me towards the right apk and Garmin folder thanks
    Mark
    I just had a look at the path the Garmin folder was installing to is says E1\SD\Card\ as in my pic below
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    Becouse you have kitkat 4.4.2 you must first create this folder on SD: Android/data/com.garmin.android.apps.gmobilext/files/
    Now i see you already copy folder Garmin on SD, so you must now move your Garmin folder inside files folder so then when you will open your Garmin folder, your path must look like this: Android/data/com.garmin.android.apps.gmobilext/files/Garmin/

    Now from first post download apk that have in name this: storage/sdcard1/Android/data/com.garmin.android.apps.gmobilext/files/Garmin

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    Thanks Lolypop000 all working good now just one problem the top of the screen is cut off a bit is there a fix for this thanks, pic attached
    Thanks again for your help
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    That is really messed up. Your Android is taking up some space for the virtual buttons so you need a mod with smaller resolution. I haven't seen 2.33 with smaller resolution than 800x480.

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    Thanks flagmax I suppose I will wait for a fix and just keeping looking thanks for you reply
    I have just checked my phone again and it has 800x480 so not sure were to go from here
    Last edited by mark000; 28th December 2014 at 07:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark000 View Post
    Thanks flagmax I suppose I will wait for a fix and just keeping looking thanks for you reply
    I have just checked my phone again and it has 800x480 so not sure were to go from here
    The issue is those virtual buttons. They use up some of the pixels so in reality the usable resolution is less than 800x480. In case of Streetpilot, it expects full 800x480 but Android on your phone says no and pushes it out. Streetpilot in this thread is hard coded for 800x480 or higher resolution.

    To try to make a mod, we first need to find out the usable resolution of your phone, basically 800x480 minus the virtual buttons.

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    I think you should try 762x480, it's the right resolution that fits HD2 (800x480) with the Status bar visible in other GPS apps.
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    Thanks Ellinas I will give it a go before I try flagmax idea thank you

 

 
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